We're presently conducting a search for a Software Engineer with strong dynamic language development skills to join our team of developers.

As a Software Engineer with Endurance International Group, you'll be joining a nimble, global company operating under a number of brands with millions of customers world-wide. You’ll focus on the development and growth of an ecosystem of RESTish API’s that service a wide range of needs across the enterprise. Our APIs are written in Perl and designed as a collection of independently scalable microservices all built on the same framework. Our API’s provide services between different parts of the enterprise as well as to third party partners.

This is a perfect opportunity for a capable self-starter with a demonstrated track record of success to own and drive development projects from start to finish. Our team strives for a high level of excellence in development, with a pragmatic eye on best practices, and has a proven reputation for delivering a robust, reliable product.

What You Bring to the Table

  • Proficiency in Perl prefered but a polyglot proficient in any similar language(s) and eager to learn is welcome
  • Experience with Object Oriented development
  • A strong grasp of SQL
    • Experience with working with an ORM a bonus
  • Experience with writing or consuming API’s (Facebook, Twitter), and a solid understanding of REST principles
  • Excellent troubleshooting skills
  • The ability to work with a remote team; superb communication skills are a must have
  • Strong commitment to customer satisfaction

We’re looking for someone that is comfortable working on a small team, is accountable, and can take ownership of the complete software lifecycle, end-to-end.  We want people that take pride in their work and are willing to go the extra mile to help us provide the very best services to our customers. Our ideal candidates like being challenged and will flourish in a fast paced environment working with a team to deliver projects large and small, as well as assist the team handling issues and providing technical expertise to our consumers.

We offer the opportunity to work with great people and do great things. Our team competes at the highest level of service to our customers.  You can expect a salary commensurate with your capabilities, a generous benefits package, and attractive corporate perks that will make you the envy of the neighborhood. We keep it casual … casual attire, company sponsored parties to celebrate success, and game areas are part of the landscape. If you feel your skills match then please reach out to learn more about this exciting opportunity.  We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.  

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